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Message 2005072 - Posted: 31 Jul 2019, 21:37:13 UTC
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Hy I am new just joined today.
I selected a project and it shows it will take approximately 2 hour 30 minutes. Now during this time I will not do any work just keep my pc idle. I have another laptop where I can install software also. So can I run same project with two computers of my own.

Actually I need to make the time fast. Can I run two software on 2 machine same time with same login.

My pc is not so update model but I would like to contribute.


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Message 2005074 - Posted: 31 Jul 2019, 21:44:10 UTC

Initial time estimates are almost always far longer than the task will actually take.
Yes, you can run multiple computers using the same login details - I run 6, but compared to some that is a very small number - I think the largest number is currently about 1000!

btw - you must have used a different email address to create the account you posted with to the one that is running on your computer, this can create problems when asking for more detailed help than your current fairly general questions.
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